Dedicated to the memory of Eric Lucas aka "ELU"
His Manager and Mother, Felicia Lucas Speaks: "My son loved this industry so much, that stressors from it contributed to his early passing!! He drank, slept and ate music!!!! MUSIC WAS HIS PASSION!
THAT WAS HIS PASSION UP UNTIL HE CLOSED HIS EYES FOREVER.
My son passed away 2/1/14, 2 days before my birthday in my arms at home. One of the last things he said to me was " Mom I want the world to hear my music!" He loved the music industry and seeing him on stage was when I knew he was born to do this!! His spirit continues on along with his music.
Being that I was his manager I plan to do everything within in my power to see his legacy live and help others in the entertainment industry come as close to their career goals as possible.
By starting a non profit organization in his name to help other struggling artists, in the Entertainment Industry will also help keep the dreams of others alive.
"ELU WE CARE FOUNDATION" will have an official launch soon. I want to use whatever outlets that are available to help get this foundation become successful in it's vision.
Eric Lucas aka “Elu” was raised in Charlotte, NC. He was no stranger to the road. He had been working hard, paying his dues, and performing at big city venues; opening for artists such as Young LA, Paris Bennett, Gypsy Stokes, Wu-Tang Clan, and Tone Loc. These ranges of artists showed “Elu’s” ability to pair his own hybrid form of music with other, more defined artists. Unlike one hit wonders, “Elu” created unique and memorable songs with longevity. His music, a fusion of styles ( hip hop, pop, dance) allowed flexibility in artistry and versatile appeal. He continued to experiment with various musical forms and evolved in his mastery of music right up to his untimely death.
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